Category: Podcast

Today I’m talking with Deborah Koenigsberger, fashion professional and founder of the NYC-based organization Hearts of Gold. Deborah’s positivity, advocacy, and problem-solving skills fuel an organization which now shelters over 35k women and children and helps us see the power we all have to effect real change.

In this podcast episode, you’ll learn about the career and amazing feats of mountain climber and guide, Garrett Madison, as well as hear his advice regarding leadership and following one’s passion.

On today’s episode, you’ll learn about Carolyn Spector’s career, her work with JUHI LLC, and her past involvement with a number of nonprofits. She also offers listeners encouraging words on how to make it through tragedy.

Today, I welcome to the show Will Buxton, an award-winning sports broadcaster, writer, voice-over artist, and commentator whom you may know best from Netflix’s Formula 1: Drive to Survive series. Together, Will and I talk about how his love for F1 racing has driven his career, his favorite parts of the job, and the importance of authenticity and surrounding yourself with supportive voices. If you’re looking for advice on how to turn your own passion into a career, then this episode is the one for you!

On today’s episode, you’ll learn about (In)Visible Portraits, a documentary dedicated to celebrating American black women in the past and present while looking with hope towards the future. In addition to learning about the documentary itself, you’ll also learn from Executive Producer Mike Meyer about what inspired the film and how it got made.

In today’s episode, we’re talking all about STEM, a field that’s projected to grow 13% in the decade spanning 2017-2027. With this future in sight, I sit down with MLB Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson and Dr. Alan Gomez, two men who respectively serve as the Founder and Executive Director of the Mr. October Foundation. Together, they share with us the Foundation’s educational goals, its commitment to serving under-privileged youth, and how they hope for the program to impact and improve American communities.